Marc Broussard Brings Rhythm & Blues To Louisville Friday, April 21

Bayou soul singer Marc Broussard will bring his rhythm & blues to Louisville Friday, April 21 at 8:00 p.m. in the Bomhard Theater at The Kentucky Center (501 W Main St). 

Broussard’s newest album S.O.S. 4: Blues For Your Soul will be the highlight of the show with proceeds from the album going to charities like the Keeping The Blues Alive Foundation, which is a youth rehabilitation partnership with the non-profit organization Guitars Over Guns. Guitars Over Guns offers students in vulnerable communities a chance to experience music education and mentorship. 

S.O.S. 4: Blues For Your Soul contains covers and new interpretations of many well-known songs by musicians such as Little Milton, Johnny “Guitar” Watson, and legends in the blues music scene. 

This album is the fourth volume of Broussard’s Save Our Soul benefit album series. In the past his albums have supported charities such as Our Lady of the Lake’s Children Hospital in Baton Rouge and City of Refuge in Atlanta.

For more information on Broussard’s charity work through music, visit his website. Tickets for Friday’s show range from $35 to $46 before fees and are available online.



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Marc Broussard Brings Rhythm & Blues To Louisville Friday, April 21

Gracie Vanover is a senior journalism and multimedia student at Indiana University. She has also been heavily involved in journalism since high school. In the past, Gracie has been the Editor-in-Chief of her high school and college paper and also the producer for her high school’s broadcasting program. In her free time, Gracie helps run a non-profit in Louisville called Arts Angle Vantage to get youth involved in both the arts and journalism revolving around the arts.

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